Hunters Point, Queens

Hunters Point, Queens


While it’s sometimes mistaken as part of Long Island City, Hunters Point is really its own nabe! Hunters Point’s proximity and easy accessibility to Manhattan is difficult to match–an easy 5-minute trip on the 7 train to Grand Central Station. A burgeoning neighborhood with sweeping views of the East River, the UN, and the Chrysler Building in Manhattan, Hunters Point boasts local attractions as well: its main thoroughfare runs from Vernon Boulevard to 47th Street and is full of shops, restaurants and bars.

Top Votes – Score out of 100

Families 83
Public Transportation 79
Singles 53
Dining 50
Community 50

Lowest – Score out of 100

Parking 50
Nightlife 50
Income 23
Empty nesters 19
Seniors 11

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Hunter’s Point

The graffiti here is ridiculous—there are true masters in that area. The street art you come across even on an average afternoon is impressive. It really gives flavor to the neighborhood.


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